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Chinese property developers’ rising debt and junk bonds


A pedestrian crosses a road in front of residential buildings in Beijing, China.

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SINGAPORE — Rising debt of Chinese property developers are in the spotlight again, as liquidity issues at top developer China Evergrande trigger investor concerns.

China’s property prices rebounded quickly as the economy reopened after the worst of the pandemic passed. Still, authorities are expected to officially rein in on borrowing costs of developers — outlining rules that cap the ratios of their debt in relation to their cash flows, assets and capital levels.

A leaked document last month regarding the cash flow of Evergrande, China’s second-largest developer by…


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